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Old 25th January 2007, 09:41   #1
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For some light real world testing, I chose a few programs to conduct multi-media recoding. For Sony Vegas, I took a 50MB .divx file, recoded it to a high-definition profile and added a watermark. For Nero Record, I took a DVD from Volume 4 of the Family Guy collection and recoded it to fit on a backup sized DVD (4.5GB). Lastly, for LAME, I first ripped Voodoo & Serano: Cold Blood to a single .WAV file. Then I ran than through a "lame -b 320 vns.wav" command. Interestingly enough, Vegas proved a touch better under Vista, but it fell short with the other two tests.

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